Playing Penhold Players | PingSkills | Table Tennis

http://www.PingSkills.com – Learn some tactics for playing penhold players.

We were recently asked to create a video on how to play against penhold players. It was a great idea so here is the video. The main point to remember is that against all players you need to examine their strengths and weaknesses. For a penhold player some common weaknesses are the forehand block, the backhand side, or if they are using the reverse penhold backhand, then the crossover point.

Good luck next time you play a penhold player.

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The Myth of Trying Hard | Table Tennis | PingSkills

http://www.PingSkills.com – If you try too hard you may tighten up and end up with a compromised stroke. If you watch the best players in the World you’ll notice their strokes look effortless. Next time you play concentrate on you muscles to see if you are trying too hard and need to relax.

Music: The Only Girl by Silent Partner, from the YouTube Audio Library.

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Jeff Plumb and Alois Rosario

PingSkills Table Tennis Scoring App

Welcome to the official PingSkills scoring app. This app will let you easily track the score of your table tennis games, whether you are playing games to 11 or 21. There are many ways to track your score by using the + or – buttons on the app, voice command or using the bundled Apple Watch app.

During the match you will receive announcements of the score, when to switch serve, when a game ends etc. Don’t forget to check out the stats page during or after a match to get a breakdown of how you did. You can even share the results for bragging rights from the stats page.

While playing try out the voice commands with the app.

Want a more convenient way of scoring? Try out the Apple Watch version of the PingSkills app. It is a more simplistic version of the iPhone app, letting you track scoring games of 11 or 21 quickly from your wrist while playing.

Go to the App Store and get your PingSkills Scoring App today. https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/pingskills/id1413726296?ls=1&mt=8

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Will See Won’t See Olympic Table Tennis, Table Tennis Forehand Counterhit Lesson, How To Execute the Ma Lin Serve, Learn the Backspin Reverse Pendulum Serve, Playing a Faster Forehand Topspin.

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Jeff Plumb and Alois Rosario

Banana Flick | Table Tennis | PingSkills

http://www.PingSkills.com – We are proud to present a lesson on the banana flick, also known as the backhand sidespin flick. The key is to utilise your wrist so you can generate enough bat speed to get enough topspin and sidespin to play this ball in an attacking manner.

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Jeff Plumb and Alois Rosario

Celebrate Like Harimoto | Table Tennis | PingSkills

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Have you ever wanted to celebrate winning a point like Tomokazu Harimoto? Well now you can thanks to our in depth analysis.

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Choosing a Table Tennis Ball | PingSkills

https://www.pingskills.com/tutorials/choosing-equipment – Visit the PingSkills website for a whole series of videos on choosing equipment.

In this video we look at the considerations one goes through when choosing a table tennis ball.

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Jeff Plumb and Alois Rosario

Footwork of Ma Long | Table Tennis | PingSkills

More footwork videos at https://www.pingskills.com/tutorials/footwork

In this video we discuss the footwork of Ma Long. He has strong legs, a great basic position with feet wide apart and his knees bent. He also jumps into position keeping his feet apart as if there was a steel rod between his knees. A great way of seeing this in action is to watch a video of him playing and cover the top half of the screen so you can concentrate on his legs and waist.

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Jeff Plumb and Alois Rosario

Strawberry Flick | PingSkills | Table Tennis

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The strawberry flick is the opposite of the banana flick and involves utilising the wrist to get the ball spinning with topspin and sidespin. Used in conjunction with the banana flick it can be very deceptive. The banana flick is a more reliable stroke and that’s why you see more top players using it over the strawberry flick.

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Harimoto’s Backhand | Table Tennis | PingSkills

We examine Tomokazu Harimoto’s incredible backhand technique. He uses a similar technique for returning serve, countering topspin, and attacking backspin. One of the keys to his success is how simple he keeps the stroke, it really never looks like missing.

I must admit that filming this video was so much fun. Trying to hit the ball so sweetly makes you smile. When you get a chance get out on the table and start practising this stroke. Make sure you commit fully and really go for it. Good luck and have fun!

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Training 101 | Forehand & Backhand Push | Table Tennis | PingSkills

In lesson 5 we work on the forehand and backhand push strokes. These are defensive strokes that utilise backspin to make it hard for your opponent to attack.

Before you start this training session make sure to watch the backhand push tutorial -https://www.pingskills.com/tutorials/basic-strokes/backhand-push

and the forehand push tutorial – https://www.pingskills.com/tutorials/basic-strokes/forehand-push

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